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The 2019 FaithInvest meeting will be held in the medieval town of Zug, Switzerland.

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2019

JANUARY 2019

January 17, 10am Lagos: Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) - Chief SL Edu Conservation Lecture.

Martin Palmer will be Guest Speaker at this annual event, with an audience of conservationists, religious groups, students and media. Conservation awareness is quite low in Nigeria, yet most Nigerians are devout followers of Christianity or Islam or traditional religions. This lecture is intended to demonstrate that all around the world conservationists work with religions, and to suggest possible action plans for doing the same in Nigeria.

January 22, Geneva: FaithInvest - Building Bridges Geneva Agape Foundation. . Martin Palmer will speak, as chair of FaithInvest, at the Geneva Agape Foundation and ACT Alliance International Conference on Spirituality for Christian Investors and Development Agencies. The meeting takes place on January 21 and 22 in Geneva, Switzerland. More details here.

MARCH 2019

March 14, 2019 Sikh Environment Day Sikhs round the world celebrate projects to protect the environment More details here.

JULY 2019

ARC WILL BE CLOSING In the past 23 years ARC has seen an incredible rise in the global perception (by governments, NGOs, religious leaders, religious followers and members of the general public) of the importance of religions in environment and conservation programmes. There is work to be done, and there are now many organisations and bodies to do that work. We will be closing by the beginning of July 2019, pleased at the success of what was always going to be a relatively short time project.

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